The Irish folk song "Danny Boy" cover by Herbert Spencer and Earle Hagen taken from an episode of "Make Room for Daddy" in 1960. Not too sure about the copyright, I'm assuming that it still belongs to CBS but I have yet to find any copyrights on this version. Being a folk song one would think it is in the Public Domain, but for now that has yet to be known. This version was recorded in the early-mid 1960's (says Wikipedia) However the exact date is still unknown. Topics: Danny Boy, Danny Thomas, The Danny Thomas Show, Make Room for Daddy
(From TV.com) Rochester lounges around in a smoking jacket on his day off, so Jack attempts to cook an omelet for lunch. Don arrives and Rochester sings the Lucky commercial (to the tune of "The Sunny Side of the Street") as the two do a soft-shoe. Johnnie Ray's contract to appear on Benny's TV show arrives and Jack is horrified by his $10,000 fee. He storms over to Ray's home and offers him $250 instead. Johnny sings "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," and... Topics: Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Eddie Anderson, Johnnie Ray, Danny Thomas
Rusty wants to play little league baseball, but he fails his try-out with his neighborhood team, the Giants. Danny, who owns a vacant lot on which the Giants want to play their games, makes a deal to allow Rusty to play and Danny to be the coach. However, Rusty's team loses due to his very poor play. Season 3 Episode 2 (IMDB) Topics: Make Room for Daddy, Danny Thomas, Classic TV
Danny Thomas in "Make room for Daddy" ep 2x19 'The children's governess', air date: February 1, 1955 contains original commercials favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, ABC, 1950's Television, Danny Thomas, 1955
Danny Thomas in "Make room for Daddy " ep 3x02 'The little league', air date: September 20, 1955 contains original commercials favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, ABC, 1950's Television, Danny Thomas, 1955
A episode of of "Texaco Star Theatre" from 29th May 1951. The episode features guest star Danny Thomas. Picture quality sucks on ice. Contains some suggestive moments (well, not really, but it does have the star of the show in drag). Very dated, but not bad (hey, what do you expect for such a topical series?). Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 1950s, Fifties, Milton Berle, Danny Thomas
(From TV.com) Danny is jealous because Rusty's Boy Scout troop asks Jack Benny to entertain at its annual benefit, even though Danny had done the honors the last three years. First aired: November 17, 1958 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Danny Thomas, Jack Benny, Marjorie Lord, Rusty Hamer, Angela Cartwright
Original Instrumental Music composed by Daniel Henry Thomas in Costa Rica, 1999 - Balarama - Hare Krishna - Vrindavan Topics: hare krishna, suite veda, daniel thomas, daniel henry thomas, danny thomas, original music, mp3
An episode of "Make Room for Daddy", a sitcom starring Danny Thomas. This episode was originally telecast 26 April 1955, and this copy is complete with the original commercials for Pall Mall cigarettes and Dodge cars. Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1955, Danny Thomas, Make Room for Daddy, Sitcom, Comedy
Danny Thomas tells Don Ameche about his adventures as an archaeologist. On the Bickersons, John gets upset to find out Amos used John's car to be a driving instructor, and had an accident, and wound up in jail. Topics: Drene Time, The Bickersons, Don Ameche, Danny Thomas, Francis Langford, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
1950s variety TV special with Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Danny Thomas, and Barbara Perry. Sponsored by Oasis cigarettes, who have a very catchy jingle, and Chesterfield cigarettes. Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra plug the products. Note: the opening song is a bit splicy. A later part of the program is also a bit splicy. Most of the program is not like this. A search of TV schedules shows this aired on NBC at 9:00PM on 1 February 1958, aired against "Oh Susanna" and "Have Gun,... Topics: Classic TV, Television, Variety show, Variety series, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Danny Thomas,...
An episode of 1950s sitcom "Make Room for Daddy", starring Danny Thomas. Originally broadcast 22 February 1955, this episode is complete with original commercials for Dodge cars and Pall Mall cigarettes. (note: I am pretty sure this episode is public domain, It wasn't registered with the US copyright office until 1988, so I don't believe the registration is valid. I might be wrong on that though). favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Danny Thomas, 1950s, 50s, 1955, Sitcom, Comedy, Make room for Daddy
Don Ameche has to have a talk with Danny Thomas who thinks he's in love with Frances Langford. Blanche Bickerson wakes up John to complain about being sick, and then tries to get him to make out a Will. Topics: The Bickersons, Don Ameche, Danny Thomas, Frances Langford, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
In this episode of Make Room for Daddy, it's close to Margaret's birthday, Will she get what she wants? For Valentines Day she got a tape recorder which Danny uses to rehearse with, Find out in Make Room for Daddy! Contains a Competition by Dodge- double your pay, Vacation for 2 weeks to anywhere in the USA, Use of a Dodge Royal V8 for 2 weeks and $500 spending money. Commercial for Lucky Strike cigarettes. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Danny Thomas, Make Room for Daddy, Margaret's Birthday, Jean Hagen
An episode of "Make Room for Daddy". In this episode, Danny and his wife try to avoid yelling at their children. Originally broadcast 20 March 1956, this copy is complete with original commercials for Dodge cars and Pall Mall cigarettes. (note: I believe this show is public domain, but I might be wrong on that. It wasn't registered with the copyright office until the late-1980s, so I believe the registration is invalid, but I might be wrong on that). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Make Room for Daddy, Danny Thomas, Sitcom, Comedy, 1956
An episode of "All Star Revue" with Danny Thomas, Eleanor Powell, and June Havoc. Highlights include politically incorrect sketch about what would happen if the US had a female president....also, I might be wrong, but I think part of Danny Thomas' stand-up routine was also used in the 1952 remake of "The Jazz Singer". Episode is somewhat incomplete. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, All Star Revue, Danny Thomas, Comedy, Early Television, Kinescope
On the Drene Time program, Don Ameche is upset to learn that Danny Thomas can hear everything through the ventilator. On the Bickersons, John has to attend a silver wedding anniversary for his boss, but finds out Blanche loaned his tuxedo to her brother Amos, and it had a hundred dollars in the pocket. Topics: The Bickersons, Drene Time, Don Ameche, Danny Thomas, Francis Langford, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Frances Langford sings "There's no business like show business". Dom Ameche interviews UCLA coach Bert La Brucherie whose team is going to play in the Rose Bowl game. Don gets mad at Danny Thomas because Danny doesn't want to meet the coach. Danny pictures himself as a football coach. On The Bickersons, John is upset because Blanche gave $1,ooo to her brother Amos so he can start a deep sea diving company. Topics: The Drene Show, Drene Time, The Bickersons, Don Ameche, Frances Langford, Danny Thomas, Comedy, Old...
John Kensil watches penguin movies. Will Bozarth is tired. Bob Levy is Jimmy Stewart. Ray Combs's son has a weird name. Make Room For Doody. Oo ee oo ah ah. Topics: reverend, bob, levy, will, bozarth, john, kensil, michael phelps, danny, thomas, howard, stern,...
Fred Allen plans to get back into radio as a sponsor. Edward G Robinson stars in a play about a man planning to avenge the murder of his son. Marlene Dietrich and Tallulah Bankhead argue over their ages. Danny Thomas sings a comedic version of a western song. Everyone talks about their New Years Eve, then Tallulah gives a monologue about a New Years party, followed by Fred and Edward giving the mans side of the story. Topics: The Big Show, Tallulah Bankhead, Danny Thomas, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa, Edward G Robinson,...